Join to listen to our conversation with Jason Fried. Jason was the founder of Basecamp, a suit of productivity tools first launched in 2005 which famously created and spun out the Ruby on Rails framework as an open source project. For this work Jason was included in MIT Technology Review's TR35 honoring technologists and scientists under the age of 35 for their ground-breaking inventions and research. Jason has spent his career thinking about collaboration, productivity and the nature of work. He will discuss how Kiwi businesses can win through working smarter and simpler and also how we can embrace remote working to deepen our talent pool.
As well as launching Basecamp, Jason is the author of a New York Time best selling book called "Rework" and write a monthly column for Inc Magazine on technology called "Getting Real". He currently resides in Chicago but is an Edmund Hillary Fellow.